Congress Park home built in 1921 lists for $3.7M

The Congress Park home is up for sale for $3.7 million. (Photos courtesy Teri Fotheringham)

A Congress Park home built in 1921 by Marean and Norton, the same architects that designed the Governor’s Mansion, has hit the market for $3.65 million.

The six-bedroom, six-bathroom Georgian Revival at 2325 E. 7th Avenue Parkway, went up for sale on May 29.

Address: 2325 E. 7th Avenue Parkway, Congress Park

List price: $3.65 million

Stats: The two-story home features 5,340 square feet above ground, plus a 1,437-square-foot finished basement.

The sun porch is one of the brightest rooms in the house.

The finer things: The home features a library with mahogany bookcases, the original dining room with detailed molding and a sun porch that opens up to the backyard brick patio. In the back garden, some of the original landscape designs, such as the pergola and the rose bed, remain in place.

Sellers: Dr. Mark Birner and Amy Knous bought the property in 2010 for $2.3 million, according to public records.

Birner is senior vice president of business development at Palm Beach, Fla.-based Viper Equity Partners, according to LinkedIn. The company bills itself on its website as “America’s leading growth transition consultation firm in the dental industry.”

Listing agent: Jeff Hendley with Compass Real Estate

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